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Daimer Offers KleenJet Vacuum Steam Cleaner Systems

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The company offers six machines for the pest control industry that are designed to kill and eliminate bed bugs, as well as their eggs and waste.

| September 2, 2010

WOBURN, Mass. – Daimer Industries, a provider of parasite-removing vacuum steam cleaner equipment, is targeting bed bug infestations with six machines designed to kill and eliminate the insects, as well as their eggs and waste.

"Extermination and cleaning professionals know that pesticides are only one element in a complete bed bug control program," said Matthew Barrata, a Daimer.com professional systems spokesperson. "Our six KleenJet vacuum steam cleaner machines feature filtration, sanitization and extraction and provide a non-chemical option for removing these pests."

Daimer offers the following six machines for the pest control industry: The KleenJet Mega 1000 CV and CVP; Supreme CV and CVP; and Ultra 5000CV and 5000CVP.

All the systems include: Industrial/institutional vacuums, adjustable pressure levels, temperatures as great as 320ºF or higher, both HEPA and water filtration, and continuous cleaning features such as oversized boilers with lifetime warrantees and automatic refill chambers. The CVP models offer Daimers ATIS boiler architecture, an EPA-compliant germ-killing, antiseptic technology proven to kill dangerous microorganisms.

The high-end 5000CV and 5000CVP steam cleaners address the needs of the largest customers with additional continuous cleaning features, such as: 14-liter chambers for extracted waste, 10-liter refill tanks and direct water-feed connections.

For more informationvisit www.daimer.com/steam-cleaners-for-bed-bugs-removal/

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